A couple of Friday nights ago there was a distinct bark burning smell in the air wafting along Carnaby St, as I turned the corner to Newburgh there was the expected snaking queue, no doubt the Pitt Cue Co. had landed. Following in the same steps as the Meatwagon to the Meateasy and now Meat Liquor, van to permanent address was a natural progression for the guys behind the Pitt Cue Co. In brief for those who were not counting down the days with me since my last post Pitt Cue Co. Parks Up what they offer is delectable melt in the mouth barbecue, not to be muttered in the same sentence as Bodean's - this is far more superior in quality, taste and passion.
Below are a few hazy photos, when we eventually got a seat in the cosy eating area, no complaints though we loved the atmosphere in the bar with some smoked sausage being handed out whet our appetites! My meat loving companion and I shared two platters, one of the pulled pork and beef ribs which was served with home pickles and sourdough bread. Side wise we went for the deep fried pickled shitakes, which were a perfect textural and flavour boost to the mains. Apart from the tangy slaw (I am still pining for the creamy cumin one from the van) everything was perfect and will be venturing there again for sure, when the crowds have subsided, whenever that will be!